Ladies and gentlemen of the media,
I thank you for being here this afternoon.
As you are all aware by now, we are approaching the one year mark since the passage of Hurricane Irma.
Owners of boats and vehicles located on the premises of Government-owned community centres across the Territory are asked to have them removed immediately.
Communities in the following zones are reminded to utilise the bins placed in these areas by the Recovery and Development Agency to collect waste.
Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE is encouraging Territory-wide participation in the observation of the 1st anniversary of Hurricane Irma.
Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE has signed a contract with the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) to strengthen mental health and psychosocial support in disaster management.
Pictured are just a few faces of the hard working men and women within the Department of Waste Management who have organised and collected over a half a million cubic yards of waste .....
Pictured are Contract Awardee Mr. Lance Thomas of LMJ’s Backhoe and Trucking Service, the Recovery Development Agency’s Chief Executive Officer Mr. Paul Bayly, ................
The Government of the Virgin Islands is encouraging the public to remain vigilant of their derelict vessels and take steps to claim and remove the vessel within 60 days of official notice.
The Government of the Virgin Islands is inviting tenderers to submit proposals for the rehabilitation of the Central Administration Complex.
The Magistrate’s Court heard its first case in its new modular building in John’s Hole on July 31.